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Posted on Wood drifts away from table saw fence at end

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#1 posted 12-19-2018 11:10 PM

Check to make sure nothing is causing the work piece to tip away from the fence and towards the blade, such as the throat plate not being level, etc. With the saw off, try feeding a work piece through against the fence and see if anything is causing it to rock at the end of the cut.

I have the same saw and had a similar issue where I felt like something was pulling the work piece at the end of the cut. It turned out to be my riving knife alignment, but it sounds like you already checked that. Is the other side of the fence flat? You can remove them and switch them around if the other side is flat. I had to do that on mine.


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